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Voted as the best sports pub in San Francisco by SF Travel, The Chieftain is an authentic Irish pub that offers great food and good times. The impressive bar offers an extensive whiskey and liquor selection along with 21 beers on draft. Famous Irish pub-grubs such as fish and chips, lamb burger and Irish stew are popular items here. There is also a daily specials menu for those looking for a change. With weekly live music events, the bar offers a festive ambiance apt for a fun night out with friends. In addition to catering services, The Chieftain also hosts private parties and special events.
Located in The Alise, the Pineapple Bistro & Bar is the perfect place for a drink or a snack. With an upscale food menu and delicious drinks, in the morning you can enjoy a cup of coffee and homemade granola and in the evening try a cocktail and a cheese platter. Take a moment to admire the sophisticated yet slightly quirky ambience with pineapple decor in a few unexpected places and a bright red baby grand piano. This bar is sure to charm you.
Sheba's Piano Lounge is a restaurant and lounge that offers authentic Ethiopian food and live music every night. Run by the Alemeyahu sisters, their heritage is reflected in the traditional Ethiopian dishes with contemporary American flare. Pomegranate meatballs and the sambussa pastry are some of the unique dishes one can find here which is accompanied by Injera, a local Ethiopian bread. Local musicians take the stage to perform live and open mic nights occur every Monday, where guests can join the performing band onstage.
The European Bar & Lounge is a must-visit for cocktails connoisseurs. Situated next to the Californian restaurant Aveline, this bar recreates the magic of the Prohibition era. During this period, Americans visited Europe to enjoy cocktails and the result was a merging of American and European cocktail styles. These old recipes are reused at the lounge to concoct blends with nostalgic flavors. Try brews such as Aperol Kick infused with sparkling wine, the vodka and gin-based Casino Royale and Cocktail de Triomphe with pink peppercorn. The ambiance is stately and imposing, with plush couches, printed wallpapers and muted lighting. Guests can also hire this lounge for hosting stylish parties.
Finn Town is a classic tavern located in the bustling Castro neighborhood of San Francisco. Featuring two full bars and a large dining area, this tavern ensures a great dining experience with a lively ambiance. The cuisine is largely American with many popular local San Francisco delicacies featured on the menu. The oyster and seafood bar is a must-try at this tavern with dishes such as oysters rockefeller, buffalo style crisp shrimp, lobster and truffle cigars, and smoked trout rillettes simply adored by patrons. Mains include Finn Town burger, white cheddar dumplings and pan seared meatloaf. Apart from a bevy of draft, bottled and can beers, the drinks menu also features a range of classic cocktails and wine. Cushioned walls, plush couches, dim lighting further adds to the party vibe of the place, making it a great place to hang out with friends and family.
Bartlett Hall in Tenderloin district of San Francisco is what happens when a microbrewery meets a hipster eatery. Located on O'Farrell Street, the dining destination is apparently named for Washington Bartlett, a former mayor of SF. The decor of this wonderful establishment merges historical elements with a whimsical yet trendy style, making it a great place to hang out with pals while enjoying a relaxed meal with sensational libations in tow. While the food offered is a delicious new-age American feast that includes numerous meat, poultry and seafood specialties of Bay Area, the main draw here is the amazing drink list that includes brews with diverse flavors and tinges. There's also a fantastic range of barrel-conditioned mixed drinks and local wines that couples well with the meals served here. The service is great and the prices are quite right too, definitely worth a decko, this one.